I adored the first book in the Mile High Happiness series, so when I had the chance to read an early e-ARC of The Best Man Problem by Mariah Ankenman, I jumped. This one was just as charming as the first book, and has me even more eagerly awaiting the third installment.
Lilly Walsh is used to keeping things buttoned-up and aboveboard. After all, the last time she hooked up with someone in a wedding party, it nearly cost her her wedding planning business. Thankfully, those rules don’t apply when she meets a handsome stranger in a hotel bar. One bad pirate joke leads to the best night of her life, but come morning, she’s got a wedding to plan.
Lincoln Reid never imagined he’d see the woman who rocked his world last night and then ran out on him ever again. But there she is, planning his best friend’s wedding with the same passion and drive that brought him to his knees. She’s adamant that wedding planner and best man can never mix, but that just means he’s got four weeks to make her see him as more than just a one-night guy. Because he’s itching for more than one night … or five, or ten …
Each book is a standalone romance, so no worries if you haven’t read The Best-Friend Problem (although I highly recommend it). Lilly and Lincoln were such great characters, and their chemistry is sizzling. There’s also so much heart and humor injected into this story, making it truly fit the definition of a “feel-good read.” This book just made me happy.
Lilly and Lincoln both bring their own baggage to the table, and it causes hurdles for both of them to overcome in regards to building a relationship. But sometimes, those sparks just can’t be denied.
I loved seeing the push and pull between these two, and the build-up both to their major conflict and their eventual resolution were truly satisfying. Definitely a swoon-worthy, and at times hilarious, romance. Look for The Best Man Problem in stores now.
Whether she’s writing hometown heroes or sexy supernaturals, Mariah loves to lose herself in a world of words. Her favorite thing about writing is when she can make someone’s day a little brighter with one of her books.
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